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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Wellsville Police, EMS Dispatched For Alleged Victim Of Overdose At McDonalds

At 10:50 AM on Tuesday, Police and EMS have been dispatched to McDonalds where an unresponsive male was found in the men's bathroom. Radio traffic indicates Narcan has been administered.
Victim revived, talking to EMTs.

24 comments :

Anonymous said...

Praying he survives and praying this is the wake up call he needs to beat his addiction.

Anonymous said...

Those must've been some damn good burgers!

Anonymous said...

AMEN 11:23 AM !

Anonymous said...

Really, McDonalds! Addict or not these people are just trash...have no compassion for other human beings and do selfish crap like this. I pray no children your young people had to witness this selfish and disgusting display of disregard for human life.

Anonymous said...

Apparently you have never had a loved one with an addiction! How dare you say they are all scum and disgusting! This person is someone's son, uncle, brother, father!!!! People like you are disgusting And should be educated on addiction before running your mouth!!!

Anonymous said...

Amen 3:21......

Sunflowers said...

People don't understand addiction unless they had someone close to them with an addiction. My son was addicted to heroin and other opiates for sixteen. I dare anyone to say he"s scum to my face. This drug is evil and can consume anyone! My son overdosed twice, and had it not been for Narcan
he wouldn't be here. I thank God for sparing him. He is now working at a very successful job. I feel blessed.

Anonymous said...

I felt this way until I got to know an addict and the addicts family and friends. I educated myself about addiction because I wanted to know the "whys" It's a horrible thing all the way around, for everyone. It's a walking death sentence for addicts that want help and can't afford it and it's and a grieving process that sucks the life out of their families and friends. Lets not kick them while their down.

Anonymous said...

It is sad that this drug has taken the lives of so many people, these people with addictions need help not condemned or judged. Some of these comments are hate filed comments and you should asking for forgiveness for saying such things , I pray that all addicts find their way clean again

Anonymous said...

You know folks, we need to be praying for our young people, not condemning them, pray your children, your grandchildren "DO NOT" get mixed up in drugs, you judging these young people, your judgement will come back on you or your children and or your grandchildren, "Judge not lest you be Judged"

Anonymous said...

I had a family who was messed up by drugs in which the drugs took her life,she was not a piece of trash! You really need to be careful who you are judging & condemning,you need to be praying instead, juge not lest you be Judged !!!!!

Anonymous said...

What do praying and magic have in common? You think something is being accomplished, but in reality nothing is happening. Thumpety thump thump thumpety thump thump . .

Anonymous said...

8:57 PM, you're not even worth answering!

Big Skinny said...

The compassion felt for addicts is overewhelming, but still....you would think that one OD would be enough to make someone learn. If you still have so much compassion after that you are only enabling the addicy.

Anonymous said...

Post 8.57, do you feel better condemning and making light of people's hopes in such a tragic situation. What does this all Mean? You don't pray, you don't believe in a kind of magic that might, that's right, might give one of these users the light at the end of the tunnel. You have to let, yes encourage and hope somehow some of these will make it out of the hole they are in, no hope in sight is not our prayers. Some will do it, yes some may die, but we as a society must realize these people need some kind of answer to their issues, someone who could help and sometimes, believe it or not, a prayer might not hurt. You never know, it may be you, or someone you love in this same lost hole.

Anonymous said...

8:57 PM, someday you'll find out !!!!
Sure am glad I'm not walking in your shoes !!!

Anonymous said...

Apparently 8:57 has no compassion very cold hearted, the bible says, in end times, mens/women's hearts will turn
waxed cold !!!! I pray it will never to one of your loved ones, Karma bites back mega time!!

Anonymous said...

Lol

Anonymous said...

Always good to get the thumpers all enraged. Wouldn't the Christian thing to do be to "turn the other cheek"? I guess that's forgotten. I'm just saying that in light of a situation such as addiction I think there's about a dozen or so other attempts I'd try before praying.

Anonymous said...

So when I was a kid they told me drugs were addictive. So I steered clear of them. I saw my friends doing it, wanting me to join them I "just said no". So if someone chooses to do these drugs and becomes addicted, why should I feel sorry for them? They are a drain on the system and the Tax payer. Also, Lets go to the Bridge in town, 40ft above the water which is 4ft deep. No guarantee we won't break our legs when we jump in, but we might not... ARE YOU GONNA JUMP?

Anonymous said...

To quote the big russian in rocky 4, "if he dies he dies" oh boo hoo someones feelings got hurt. Well guess what life isnt full of pretty flowers and butterflies.

Anonymous said...

I hope this poor person has access to the help they desperately need. Opioids are an epidemic we need to have more compassion & understanding with. It's a terrible disease; I wish us all the time to take from our judgement to learn more about other experiences soon.

Anonymous said...

Prayers for the victim and for the staff at McD's who had to deal with this....hope he makes it and wakes up that he don't need drugs...

Anonymous said...

So if your child, brother, sister, mom, dad , aunt or uncle or any other person you love dearly in life would you think they were scum and trash. Addiction is not the person using it problem it's a family disease . It affect the whole family not just the person using so maybe you should think about them before making such nasty comments but I guess freedom of speech makes if possible for you to say such hurtful things on a public forum that will be another stab in the heart for the family that has to watch there loved one slowly kill themselves while they stand by helpless. And why post anonymous if you are big enough go say these words be big enough to use your real name .